tv Late Night With Seth Meyers NBC August 22, 2015 12:37am-1:38am EDT
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- connie britton singer-songwriter rita ora music from unknown mortal orchestra featuring the 8g band with fred armisen. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening, everybody. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how's everyone doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] good to hear. let's get to the news. donald trump said in a new interview that he believes his performance in the polls shows that he has not crossed the line of appropriateness. you can read the entire interview in this month's issue of "juggs magazine." [ laughter ] donald trump said yesterday that
he loves china and believes its leaders are so sharp and cunning. and the delivery guy didn't know what to say. [ laughter ] "okay? thank you?" [ light laughter ] bernie sanders has now passed hillary clinton in the new hampshire polls. it's the first time anyone's ever been passed by a guy in a prius. [ laughter ] jeb bush last night called for an increase of ground troops in iraq. it's like they say -- "like father like son like other son." [ laughter ] new york jets quarterback geno smith broke his jaw yesterday in training camp after getting punched in the face by a teammate. smith tried to punch him back, but his fist was intercepted and returned for a touchdown. [ laughter and applause ] justin beiber has announced he will release a new album on november 13th.
ideally, november 13th, 2008. [ laughter ] a new poll found the democrats are split on whether or not they want joe biden to run for president, and so were the sleeves of hillary's shirt when she was asked about it. [ laughter ] "no run joe!" [ laughter ] according to a new study, stripes don't actually help zebras evade predators and actually make them easier to see. the researchers came to this conclusion after looking at a yes. there. there -- the -- that? yeah, i see it. yes. a new survey found that 80% of nfl players believe tom brady's four-game suspension is too long. and 95% think peyton manning's forehead is too long. [ laughter ]
[ as peyton manning ] "oh, man, come on. give me a break." [ light laughter ] a pair of mississippi newlyweds have been caught planning to use their honeymoon as cover for going to join isis. but remember, you can't spell mississippi without a couple isises. [ laughter ] m, double isis, i, double p, i. [ laughter ] you can't. you technically can't. today is vinyl record day. [ record scratch ] say what? [ laughter and applause ] today is also national middle child day, so make sure to wish -- [ cheers ] so make sure to wish a happy middle child day to, you know, what's his name. [ laughter ] you know -- [ mumbling ] not the one -- yeah, that one.
[ light laughter ] a new poll shows 70% of americans don't think women should breast-feed other people's kids, while the other 30% were like, "why are you asking me this?" [ laughter ] "what kind of pervert are you? who is this study for? who pays you? get out of my neighborhood!" [ laughter ] "excuse me. i was wondering if i could ask you a question about breast-feeding. on a scale of not at all into it to very into it -- [ laughter ] how do you feel about a woman breast-feeding a child who's not hers? i'd love your answer, and your address, and your phone number, please." [ laughter ] a new study found that elementary schoolers are being given more homework than recommended by experts. and in china, elementary schoolers are being given a pile of iphone parts and a screwdriver. [ light laughter ] [ laughter ] you're all nodding and laughing, yes.
very quietly. tom brady and nfl commissioner roger goodell appeared in court today to discuss brady's "deflategate" suspension. nothing much of interest came out of the proceedings except this courtroom sketch. you see that? what the hell? [ laughter ] that's supposed to be tom brady? [ laughter ] he has let himself go in the off-season. is he being charged with deflating his own head? [ applause ] is this -- i mean -- he's a handsome guy. is this a courtroom sketch or the story boards for the next season of "walking dead"? [ laughter ] even worse, this is supposed to be giselle. [ laughter ] when reached for comment about the drawing, brady said -- >> ruth. baby ruth. [ laughter ] >> seth: i guess what i'm saying is, this is the worst courtroom sketch i've ever seen.
but i guess it all makes sense once you see a photo of the sketch artist. there he is. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, this is the 8g band. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: how we doing, 8g band? everybody good? [ cheers ] fred armisen is back with us this week. fred, so lovely to have you here. >> fred: thanks. >> seth: and it's just so great. every time we get a chance to catch up, when you're back here at the show, it's so wonderful because you have so many accomplishments. i -- as soon as you got back, i had so many questions about season six of "portlandia." i can't wait to see that. i'm so excited. we have a show coming out ifc august 20th called "documentary now." >> fred: that's right. >> seth: which we created with bill hader. i'm very excited for people to see that. >> fred: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: and you have so much going on. what's weird to me is sometimes i feel like despite all that, you will then make up other things, and you don't have to, because i'm proud of you no matter what. like, you don't have to --
[ light laughter ] falsify your resume with stuff. you -- again, i can't believe the things you're actually pulling off. what i'm saying is sometimes i hear you bragging about stuff to people. i worry it's not true. and so i'm just gonna point blank ask you. is it true that you opened a new store in the mall of america? >> fred: i did. >> seth: you did? [ laughter ] >> fred: yes. >> seth: what store? >> fred: it's the stairs store. [ laughter ] so it's -- it's stairs. you know, like wooden stairs. and it's just -- it's just that you go in and you just keep going up and up and up until you reach the ceiling. [ laughter ] we've only got the one set of stairs we're trying to sell. >> seth: so, i'm sorry. so it's not different kinds of stairs. >> fred: no. it is just the one set of stairs. >> seth: just the one set of stairs. >> fred: but it's such a high price that hopefully we'll make our money back on. >> seth: oh, so you don't have one type of stair. you just have one set of stairs. >> fred: one set of stairs. >> seth: gotcha. >> fred: and it's like spiral. it's like a wooden spiral that goes all the way up. >> seth: so i guess what i'm wondering is why did you get a store for this? why not just put it online if
you only have the one set? because what happens once somebody buys it? >> fred: well, this is -- you know, i want people to try it, to try the stairs. [ light laughter ] you know, put your feet on it. you know when you look at a picture of stairs, you're like, "what am i supposed to do with that? where do my feet go?" [ laughter ] this is like, feel it. are you comfortable with this in your house? do you want it? is this something like -- [ laughter ] will you get to the next floor? will you get -- you know. that kind of thing. >> seth: wow. how much for the spiral staircase? what's the cost? >> fred: it's in the high billions of dollars. [ laughter ] way, way up there. >> seth: you're not gonna sell those stairs. what are they made out of? >> fred: it's wood. [ laughter ] >> seth: and it's called -- what is it called? >> fred: it's called uncle freddy's stairity. [ laughter ] >> seth: staira-what? >> fred: stairity. >> seth: stairi-tee? >> fred: stairity, yeah. i don't know -- it's like -- it just made sense to me. [ laughter ] >> seth: well, congratulations. uncle fred's stairity in the mall of america. congratulations on everything you do. >> fred: thank you. [ applause ] >> seth: you guys, we have a great show for you tonight. she's one of my favorite actresses. she's in the new film, "american ultra." it's so exciting to have
connie britton back on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] we also have this evening a very talented singer, songwriter, and actress. rita ora is joining us this evening. [ cheers and applause ] and we will have music for you tonight from the rock band unknown mortal orchestra. they're fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] can't wait for you to see them. now, i'm sure you guys have heard by now that the show "19 kids and counting" has been cancelled. for low ratings, right? great. anyways -- [ light laughter ] this means there's a real hole in the pop culture universe for a show about a huge family. and people love shows about huge families, so recently my brother josh and i -- because it is just the two of us in our family -- we got together to audition some kids to join our family in the hopes of getting our own reality show. here's what happened. >> seth: hi, i'm seth meyers. >> and i'm josh meyers. >> seth: and we love being siblings, but we've always wanted more. today we fix it. ♪
>> seth: hey, can we ask you your name real quick? >> chaz. >> seth: chaz, if you had $1,000, what would you spend it on? >> all the candy in the world. [ laughter ] >> seth: all the candy in the world. yeah. what sort of candy would you spend it on? >> um -- gum. >> seth: chaz, where do you see yourself in five years? >> taller. [ laughter ] >> seth: what do you want to be when you grow up, chaz? >> a power ranger. >> seth: a power ranger. >> which i actually am because, um -- i saw this crystal on the bus. >> seth: okay. chaz, i feel like you should have opened with this, but keep going. [ laughter ] >> on my kindergarten bus, and it said "power ranger" on the top. >> seth: wow. can you tell us a joke you heard in school? >> knock, knock. >> seth: who's there? >> pig. >> seth: pig who? >> pig banana jokes. [ laughter ] >> i don't get it. >> i like it.
>> seth: hi there. >> hi. >> seth: so nice to meet you. >> thank you. >> hi there. >> hi. >> welcome. >> seth: what's your name? >> maya. >> seth: how old are you, maya? >> i'm nine. >> seth: gotcha. what's your favorite book? >> my favorite book is "escape from mr. lemoncello's library." >> there's a drink that they make in italy called limoncello. it's an alcoholic drink. you shouldn't get it. and also, even when you're old enough, you still shouldn't get it, because it's terrible. >> seth: it's way too sweet. >> you can sell it to tourists. >> seth: you bring it home and keep it in your freezer. >> you get excited about it, and then people come over and you say, "hey, do you want limoncello?" and everybody's like, "oh, that sounds like fun," and then everybody only drinks like one sip because it's so disgusting. >> seth: yeah. >> and you just have to keep telling people when they come over, "oh, we should drink the limoncello" because you have to get rid of it. >> seth: and then when you go to a party like that and somebody says it, you feel bad if you say, "sure, that'll be fun," and then -- it's so gross. it's so gross. don't ever -- it's a rip off. >> nothing against that book. >> right. >> hi there. i'm josh. >> hi, josh. >> seth: what's your name? >> autumn. >> seth: autumn, that's a very beautiful name. are you good at not tattling? >> yeah. >> are you sure? >> yeah. >> seth: okay. we're going to do a tattle test. okay? >> okay. >> seth: are you excited?
>> yeah. >> seth: okay, great. [ crash ] >> uh-oh. >> seth: uh-oh. do you know who broke that vase? >> you. >> seth: you said you wouldn't tattle on me. [ laughter ] >> but you did. >> seth: but that's what happens, though. a good tattler says, "i don't know. i just walked in. i didn't see anything." try it again. >> oh, do you know who broke that vase? >> a ghost did. >> a ghost. ooh. >> seth: that was excellent. >> that was really good. >> seth: that was really excellent. so sorry. give us your names one more time. >> i'm andrew. >> seth: andrew. >> i'm austin. >> seth: austin. have you ever pretended to be the other one to screw with people? >> all the time. >> all the time we used to. like, seven times today. >> seth: how old are you guys? >> 11. >> seth: 11. where do you see yourself in five years, guys? >> five years. >> five years. >> i would be 16. >> well -- >> also you? also 16? [ laughter ] >> yeah. 16. >> seth: have you guys ever met a famous person? >> i have. >> yes. >> seth: who's that? >> you. you and you.
>> seth: okay, great. do you know the name of the show i'm on? >> yes. "late night with seth meyers." >> "late night with seth meyers," and you used to be on "saturday night live." for ten years. >> seth: mhmm. 12 1/2 years. [ laughter ] can you ever tell what he's thinking? >> at times. >> sometimes, yes. >> seth: all right, here's what we're gonna do real quick. i want you to come over here. i'm going to whisper a number in your ear between one and ten, and i want you to think about that number, and i want to see if you can guess it. >> okay. >> oh, okay. go ahead. >> seth: all right, don't listen, don't listen. okay. >> is it -- three? >> no. >> seth: no. it was seven. [ laughter ] you guys aren't twins. get out. get out. >> okay. >> seth: take a seat. so tell us, what's your name? >> zoe. >> seth: zoe, great. how old are you, zoe? >> six. >> seth: have you ever met a famous person? >> huh-uh. >> seth: ever? >> oh, yeah, i met taylor swift. >> seth: who do you think is more famous, me or taylor swift? >> taylor swift. >> seth: do you want to think
about it for a second? [ laughter ] >> you shouldn't. you got it. still going with taylor swift? 'cause once i write it down, it's on the record. >> taylor swift. >> you're sure? [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> seth: 'cause again, this is permanent once i write it down. >> i know. >> seth: so what do you want to go with? >> taylor swift. [ laughter ] >> seth: okay, okay. >> thank you, zoe. thanks for coming in. what's your name? let's start simple. what's your name? [ laughter ] >> seth: what's your name? >> daniella. >> seth: daniella. and how old are you, daniella? >> i'm eight. >> seth: you're eight years old. do you have a favorite song? >> no. >> seth: gotcha. do you want to hear our favorite song? >> sure. ♪ i wanna rock right now i'm rob base and i came to get down ♪ ♪ i'm not internationally known but i'm known to rock the microphone ♪ ♪ because i get stupid i mean outrageous stay away from me if you're contagious ♪ ♪ cause i'm the winner no i'm not the loser to be an m.c. is what i choose-a ♪ ♪ ladies love me girls adore me i mean even the ones who never saw me ♪ ♪ like the way that i rhyme at a show the reason why man i don't know ♪
♪ so let's go now [ laughter ] >> seth: pretty good, right? if you had $1,000, what would you spend it on? >> i like going to turks and caicos. >> oh, turks and caicos. >> seth: why not? you're eight. [ laughter ] so guys, tell us your names. >> gunner. >> my name's georgie. >> seth: what's your favorite food? >> my favorite food is a caesar salad and a burger. >> seth: a caesar salad and a burger? i don't know how to tell you this, gunner, those are two different foods. [ laughter ] so tell us your names real quick? >> i'm katie. >> seth: hi, katie. >> i'm peter. >> seth: peter. do you ever get in a fight with your sister? >> mm-hmm. >> seth: you do. okay. >> every day. >> seth: every day. >> whose fault is it usually? >> seth: okay, and what does she do that makes you want to get in a fight with her? >> punched me. >> seth: if you punched him once, what was it that he did that made you punch him? >> he wouldn't get out of my room when i say to get out of my room. >> seth: what's your favorite thing to do with your sister? >> go in her room. [ laughter ] >> seth: go in her room. okay. >> seth: peter, if you could have a super power, what super power would you have?
>> be invisible. >> seth: be invisible. and if you were invisible, where would you go? >> in my sister's room. [ laughter ] >> saw that coming. >> seth: thank you guys for so much for coming in. really a delight talking to you. i feel really good about the whole thing. >> if we need to find you guys, we'll start by looking in katie's room. >> thank you. >> so who do you think we should pick? >> seth: i mean, i don't know. i know which ones we should pick. >> which? ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: we'll be right back with connie britton. ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: our first guest is an emmy-nominated actress who starred in hit tv shows like "friday night lights" and "nashville." starting august 21st you can see her in the new film "american ultra." let's take a look. >> chariot progressive, listen. mandelbrot set is in motion. echo choir has been breached, we are fielding the ball. ♪ >> is that a lyric from something? >> no.
chariot progressive, listen. >> okay. >> mandelbrot set is in motion. echo choir has breached. we are fielding the ball. chariot progressive, chariot progressive. motion. echo choir has been breached, we are fielding the ball. ♪ >> seth: please welcome back to the show, connie britton. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> hi. >> seth: good to see you, look beautiful as always. >> hi, fred! >> seth: fred's here. >> fred's here. >> seth: so excited. people are so excited when fred's here. >> i'm pretty excited. >> seth: it's a big deal. >> great to see you, but hi, fred! >> seth: i know. i will say there, i noticed a difference. but that's all right, i'm gonna plow through it. >> i'm sorry, i tried to like, i try to like be really balanced.
>> seth: this movie, you can tell from the clip, this is a pretty trippy plot for a movie. >> yeah, trippy is a good use of terminology. >> seth: excellent, because you're sort of, are you officially cia in this? >> i'm officially cia, but there are a lot stoners. >> seth: right. so jesse eisenberg is a stoner, but is also a sleeper agent. >> yes. >> seth: that's what you were activating, his cia memory. >> yes! >> seth: yeah. >> you were able to get all that from just that weird -- >> seth: no, that happened to me in my life. [ laughter ] that exact same thing. >> i knew it was one or the other, yeah. >> seth: so explain the film. it seems very different. >> it is. well, you know, you kind of got it. really, that's it. he's a sleeper agent, and i'm trying to activate him, because a lot of other crazy stuff is happening. and you know, he doesn't know that he's a cia agent, because he's a stoner along with kristen stewart, and it's real funny. [ light laughter ] >> seth: it's seems like a departure from what we're used to for you.
was that one of the things that drew it to you, the sort of differences in genres? >> yes. yes, it is different for me because i don't usually play a weird cia agent. >> seth: yeah. >> so i thought that would be really fun to do. but i genuinely love the movie so much, because it's sort of a melding of different genres that we love. you know, we love action movies. we love stoner movies, don't we? [ laughter ] yeah, right? am i right, fred? >> seth: absolutey. [ cheers ] >> but -- sorry. i just had to check in with fred for a second. >> seth: no, of course, it doesn't matter if i like him. no by all means. >> i just wanted to get a little validation over from the drum set. [ laughter ] but, yes. and so it is sort of this really funny kind of amalgam of those different things. and it just ends up being kind of hilarious and awesome. >> seth: you shot it in new orleans. >> we shot it in new orleans in summer of last year. >> seth: so you rented a house in new orleans. you believe it to be haunted? you believe that your house was haunted. >> i know for a fact that it was. >> seth: now you, "american horror story" you played a character in a haunted house,
but this is real life now. >> right. >> seth: what were some of the signs that it was a haunted house, for you? >> well, i mean -- okay, initially, there were lots of crazy -- initially it looked exactly like the house we shot "american horror story" in. >> seth: okay, so that doesn't help. >> that was the first thing. [ laughter ] and i though, that's so funny. and then -- [ laughter ] and then, you know, there were a lot of noises that couldn't be explained. and i thought, "ha ha!" [ laughter ] and then, you know, but i'm not an idiot. it's not like i just believe in ghosts. >> seth: gotcha. you need something to happen? >> yeah, so i needed something to happen. my son, in the middle of the night, screaming out of his room. screaming, "get those boys out of my room!" my son who is 4 who literally never wakes up in the middle of night ever, does not have nightmares. >> seth: get these boys out of my room? >> get those boys out of my room! screaming, hysterically crying. >> seth: i hope you told him to go back to bed. [ laughter ] i have an early call!
i have to sit in hair and makeup for two hours. >> it went something like that. >> seth: did you stay in the house? >> and he just looked at me like this. well, we were almost done at that point. >> seth: yeah, at that point. and they were just boys. [ laughter ] >> seth: if he says "get these men out of my room." then you gotta, then you got to stay at the hotel. >> i was mostly shooting nights. >> seth: yeah. >> so it didn't really bother me that much. >> seth: oh, that's good. right, it was his. it was his cross to bear. [ laughter ] >> i think it is important to expose your kids to a lot of different things. >> seth: absolutely, yeah. arts and crafts, hauntings. [ light laughter ] >> exactly. exactly. so it felt like a learning moment. >> seth: there you go. that's very good. you have to get through that as a kid and face your fears. last time, you were here, we talked about -- >> face your fears, buddy. that's what i said. >> seth: yeah, you gotta do it. he also, last time he was here, you said he was a huge "frozen" fan. >> my son, yes. >> seth: you also could have told him, "let it go." 'cause that i feel like, is a thing. [ laughter ] >> why didn't i do that?
>> seth: that's the thing you get for your kids watching it over and over again. >> in retrospect, so many good ideas. >> seth: you being on "nashville" for so many years, did he become a fan of country music at all? more importantly, your music, because you sang on that show. >> it's so funny. because he, i really -- first of all, have you ever noticed, well you may not have noticed. but a lot of like, kids toys have a lot of country music, little annoying country music songs. >> seth: i definitely haven't. [ laughter ] if it had, it would have been creepy not having kids. i have noticed that. [ laughter ] >> so glad, i'm really so glad you haven't noticed either. fred, you haven't noticed, either, right? >> fred: i haven't noticed. >> okay, great, thank you. so, anyway. [ laughter ] so but yes, yoby has always really liked country music. and now, of course, we're in nashville and he's surrounded by it. there's one song on our show that he's particularly is obsessed with and he wants me to play all the time and it's "the wrong song," which is the song i sing with hayden panettiere in the first season. >> seth: and what's that song called? >> it's called "the wrong song."
>> seth: oh, it's called "the wrong song." i thought it was, you were saying it's the wrong song for him to like. [ laughter ] so it's the right song. >> there's no right and wrong when it comes to music. you know what i'm saying? >> seth: yeah, i get it. i get it. >> but the lyrics to the song are, "you got the wrong song coming through your speakers. this one's about a liar and a cheater." but my son heard it as, this one's about a lion and a cheetah. [ laughter ] >> seth: perfect. perfect. >> and again, with that, i'm not going to tell him that's wrong. >> seth: absolutely. but you did say, i just need you to know that in this song the lion and the cheetah are married to other people and they're having sex with other each other. [ laughter ] >> seth: i could be a lion and a cheetah, but i want you to know there's some something. >> no. [ laughter ] >> seth: all right look, you're the parent, i'm new at this. all right, we'll be right back with more from connie britton. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back to "late night." we're here with connie britton. you have been an actress for a very long time. you've been in many great projects. "friday night lights" one of the all-time greats. [ cheers and applause ] and i wanted to ask you, this year, amy schumer did a fantastic sketch using "friday night lights." and she played -- >> really? i'm not familiar with it. >> seth: yeah, you see, you have seen it. >> of course i've seen it. >> seth: but she played coach's wife and she absolutely fantastic. was that -- did you take that as a tribute? >> i was so overwhelmed with tearful joy. no, i loved it so much. i mean, i thought that the
whole -- i thought the whole skit was just amazing, and i personally loved her rendition of tami taylor. >> seth: mm-hmm. >> i was very flattered and honored, particularly of her use of the wine glass. [ laughter ] >> seth: the wine glass was fantastic. i want to make sure i do this in the right order, 'cause it was a really, i mean, it was such a brilliant sketch, but a very sensitive topic. >> yes. >> seth: it was about rape and to make it as funny and as thought provoking as they did. but the great thing was the observation that tami taylor always had a glass of wine. so there. [ laughter ] this was early in the sketch. [ laughter ] and then moving on, they've got a little bit, bigger. >> yep. >> seth: then there was that one. [ laughter ] >> seth: and this is my favorite, then just fully -- [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: it must have broken your heart you that guys never thought of that. >> no, it really meant a lot to me, because tami's wine glass was very important. it was my idea. >> seth: really? very nice. >> yes, so i really, i felt myself very seen by amy. >> seth: that's very nice. now that show from the very
beginning, obviously, the chemistry between you and kyle was fantastic. i did not realize you guys shot the pilot and after it got picked up, is it true that you and kyle drove from l.a. to austin together? >> yeah we did. we actually did that several times in the course of the seasons, but the first time was funny, because we just got in our cars and drove. i have this '72 mustang convertible that i took. and we needed to get cars to austin. so that's that's what we did. we were so into it. it was such a great road trip. and we got to austin and we were like, "everybody needs to do it, it's such a great" -- now i'm imitatiing kyle, by the way. >> seth: okay, got ya. [ laughter ] >> that's my kyle imitation. you know, it's such a great way to get out of l.a. and get to austin and get into texas and get into this world. everybody was really, we found out later, could have cared less about our experience and was literally just terrified that we had had an affair. >> seth: oh, they thought that you had used the road trip for other things. >> yes! and i'm like, who do you think we are? we are grownups.
>> seth: they thought you were a lion and a cheetah. [ laughter ] >> this is not wrong time, people. >> seth: i like that people, because you were playing a married couple. i like that people, like nothing would be worse than if they had an affair. >> i know, i know. >> seth: married people don't sleep together. >> i know. exactly. it would be awful. >> seth: i'm glad that you didn't. whatever you did, i'm glad you did it because the show worked out perfectly. >> thank you. >> seth: and so wonderful to have you here. i can't wait for the movie. thank you so much for coming back on the show. >> i love being here. thank you so much. >> seth: give it up for connie britton, everyone! [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, seth. thank you, fred. >> seth: oh my goodness, and thank you, you fred. thank you for everything fred does. "american ultra" opens in theaters on august 21st. we'll be right back with rita ora. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 130 yards now... bill's got a very tough lie here... looks like we have some sort of sea monster in the water hazard here. i believe that's a "kraken", bruce. it looks like he's going to go
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>> seth: how are you? >> i'm so great. the energy feels so good in here. hi, everybody. [ cheers ] >> seth: hello to everybody. so happy to have you back on the show. >> i know. i'm on this side, now. >> seth: so lovely to have you perform, now you're here. you're on the couch. >> i made it. i graduated it. >> seth: this is the bigs, this is the big part, right here. this is so exciting. you have a new album coming out. >> i know. >> seth: you work with so many wonderful people. >> thank you. i'm very lucky. >> seth: including prince. >> oh, i know. >> seth: is it true, that when prince called you, you thought it might be a different prince? >> obviously, being from london, i thought it was either prince, or harry. either one, i'm not picky. [ laughter ] i'm not picky, i'll take either or. no, it was prince. but that was good. that's a good replacement, right? >> seth: yeah. well i think working on an album with prince harry would be fun, just for a little bit. [ laughter ] >> maybe. >> seth: and then you'd say, i don't think you have a lot of musical chops. >> it would be hard to focus. >> seth: did you go, did you go to paisley park? >> i did. >> seth: did you go to prince's digs? >> well, i met him in london, not that night. we played ping-pong, was awesome. and he's so lovely. >> seth: was he good at ping-pong? >> yeah, he was great. >> seth: really? how were you?
>> terrible. >> seth: okay, wow. [ light laughter ] >> seth: and he didn't like, loosen up at all, once he realized you were bad? he played to win? >> no. i don't think he ever gets nervous. i really -- i mean, he's prince. >> seth: yeah, why would you get nervous, right. >> so then, went to minneapolis, paisley park. walked in, it was literally like a prince museum. the ornaments, the motorbike from "purple rain." and then, you know, he has doves in there, that weren't crying. no one panicked. [ laughter ] doves weren't crying, everything was good. and it was surreal. it was like a whole week of just kind of surreal music-ness, juice. >> seth: i feel like that would be a person -- it would be so important for prince's place to be cool. like nothing could be more depressing than going to prince's and it is just a regular condo. >> i mean, that's what i mean. >> seth: you need doves. >> right? >> seth: yeah. >> it was so funny though, 'cause like, i keep hearing like -- [ cooing ] [ laughter ] i'm like, these doves are really like, making noises. everyone looks at them like they're angelic and gorgeous. and there's just doves in the studio, i just found it really amazing. >> seth: all right, there you go. we're finding out a lot more about doves, than i thought i would.
[ laughter ] >> seth: now, you studied theater. did you study musical theater? >> i did. i studied musical theater, not that i was that great at it. i was more the music side of things. but, you know, i made it happen. you gotta go to school, do classes that you don't like. >> seth: was this the sort of school you had to audition to get into? >> yes, it was. >> seth: so you have to perform a song? >> i did, and i knew i had to sing a song. see, i did not know i had to dance to the song i was singing. >> seth: oh wow, so you prepared just vocally to sing. what was your song? >> so i prepared a different song vocally. ended up doing something else, because i didn't have a dance routine, and the only dance routine i knew was "slave 4 u" by britney spears. [ cheers ] >> seth: wow. so this is for an audition for an educational institution. >> educational institution. ended up being my principals. and i was doing the "slave 4 u" dance routine, at the age of 12, ladies and gentleman. >> seth: oh my goodness, no! no! i think by watching that audition, they go on a list. >> and i'm like, ♪ i'm a slave and it was like -- [ laughter ]
surreal musical theater. but, i got in! >> seth: there you go. i would be shocked. [ applause ] i would be shocked if you didn't. >> seth: now, you used to work at a shoe store. that was one of your early jobs. >> i did. uh, i hated it. >> seth: you hated it. you recently designed -- were you not good at it? >> i just wasn't that, you know, that just wasn't my ambition. >> seth: right. >> you know? i think your ambition would be like to have a talk show. >> seth: yeah. >> and you have one. >> seth: yeah. >> and mine wasn't to sell sneakers. >> seth: right. >> but, you've got to do what you've got to do obviously to survive at that point and i did. i just spent the most time dj-ing like in the shop. i was just playing the music. >> seth: right. i don't think there's any link to how good the music is to how many shoes you buy. [ laughter ] >> that'd be great. >> seth: this is great i'm gonna get some shoes. now, you just designed a pair of shoes for adidas. did you go back to your old shoe store to check if they were there? >> i did. i did. and i went in. i still live around that same neighborhood. and i went in, and i kind of looked, and it was just incredible, 'cause working there and seeing them on the shelves
is just crazy how a life can turn 360. it was a nice personal moment for me, when i saw it. >> seth: was there any of the same staff there? >> yes. >> seth: oh, wow. was it a nice moment for them? >> i pretended like it was very normal. >> seth: okay, got you. >> hi, so good to see you! you're still the manager! [ laughter ] >> seth: to be fair, that happens more often than somebody leaves and is like, "i'm a giant star." [ light laughter ] there aren't like footlockers everywhere where it's like, "he's going to be the one who pops from this footlocker." [ laughter ] >> and i was like, hey can you kind of like, force these sneakers into people's faces, that would be really great. >> seth: and they were like, "sure." and then you left, and they threw them in the garbage. >> probably. [ laughter ] >> seth: you have been doing some acting recently as well. >> i have. little bits and bobs. yeah, >> seth: but it's still, that's something. and you were in "southpaw?" >> i was recently, yes. >> seth: with jake gyllenhaal. >> seth: and you played -- jake's fantastic. you played, um, you played a crack addict. >> yes, that is correct. [ light laughter ] see, the thing is, i didn't exactly know -- obviously, i'm very blessed to not have the
first hand experience. but yes, it was very out of my comfort zone. >> seth: right. and so when you show up on set on the day you're supposed to play a crack addict, like what happens? >> well you know, you think you're gonna get hair and make up. and you go in, you think they're going to give you a couple of bruises a couple of brown eye shadows and stuff like that. so i walk on. and i'm in the trailer, i'm like okay. i am ready to go. they're like, "okay, yeah, cool, they're ready for you on the set." and i thought, "but i haven't sat in the chair." [ laughter ] i said, "what, you mean now? but i haven't got ready yet." bear in mind i just woke up, out of bed. they said, "what, you haven't been in hair and makeup?" i thought, "no." [ laughter ] >> seth: wow. >> so what are you saying, that i look like a crackhead when i wake up? [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: i'm sure they were all saying, "rita is so method. you should have seen how she showed up today, just fully in character." >> the moral of the story, try not to wake up next to me, 'cause you might think you've
uh -- >> seth: you might think that like, wait, somehow, sometime after we both went to bed, you went and did some crack. [ laughter ] >> know what i mean? >> seth: i heard some rustling, i thought you were just checking your phone. you were doing crack, weren't you? >> definitely not. >> seth: you were also in "fifty shades of grey." >> i was, i played mia grey, christian grey's younger sister. >> seth: and had you read the book before you did the movie? >> yes, i'm a massive fan, i read all three books. for me, it's just incredible, because it was is such a massive movement. i love dakota with all my heart, she's one of my dear friends. she plays, yes, and everything. it was just a crazy surreal experience, because i was on tour at the same time. we filmed in vancouver. and you know, i just loved it, because the director was a female, and the author was a female. i just felt really supported at that moment, 'cause it was very nerve wracking. >> seth: is this true that you would read the book on your tour bus, you would make everybody read it out loud? >> yes. >> seth: yeah. >> see, one of my favorite things to do is to have people sing songs, but in a sexual voice. >> seth: right. >> it's really weird, but it's so funny. so if it's like, i don't know. give me a song that's anti-like --
>> seth: happy birthday. [ laughter ] >> seth: what do you mean, anti, like not sexy? >> yes. something like -- ♪ we're off to see the wizard >> seth: oh, there you go. >> something like that. okay, i'm not going to try and do it. >> seth: please? [ laughter ] [ cheers ] >> i made them all narrate it in their sexy voices. >> seth: they have decent sexy voices? >> definitely not. it was a bit awkward, actually. >> seth: this, i'm pretty sure, is the sexiest my voice gets. [ laughter ] and the sexiest thing i think i've ever said is, "is this right?" [ laughter ] >> that was a good one. that was a good one. >> seth: thank you so much for being here! >> thank you. >> seth: rita ora, everybody! "body on me" is out now. we'll be right back with music from unknown mortal orchestra. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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then become three ♪ ♪ mama what have you done to me i'm half crazy ♪ ♪ multi-love has got me on my knee we were one then become three ♪ ♪ mama what have you done to me i'm half crazy ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: unknown mortal orchestra. the album "multi-love" is out right now. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ]